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M ISS BETTY The Co-optimista.” Prince of Wales’s Theatre FLORENCE HELM. Theatre Royal, Edinburgh. Bisongageu Spring, 1923. JLfISS MARION EDWARDES, Soprano and Comedy Leads, returning from Africa in Maxch. AM corns., 104, Bnxton-road, 8.W.9. \fISS NORA GRETNA. 28. Coleheroe-road,
February 15, 1923 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE ROMANCE OF IR J MAr THE ROAD. Address, 115, _ „ OIR FRANK & Great Gathering of Showmen at

THE ROMANCE OF IR J MAr THE ROAD. Address, 115, _ „ OIR FRANK & Great Gathering of Showmen at

Lynn Mart. MR. ALBERI BRITISH EMPIRE EXHIBITION. c/q Add the earth to swell the largest subscrip- I^EONAR tion on record for the Actors’ Benevo- ( . DISBNi lent Fund. But his proudest title is Men vale Chase not that of the actor-manager, or the commercial manager. It is that of
February 15, 1923 - The Era - London, London, England
 
BOBADILLA,

BOBADILLA,

35 Albemarle-sireet. W. 3027. D’ALLMAY NE Heavy Lead. 4, Portland-st., Chorley, Lanca. gTELLA JJECKY ELLISTON. Dis. Comedienne. Tour or Sketch. 28, Torrena-road, Brixton Hill, S.W. MISS JACKEYDAWRA MELFOKD. Plays and Sketches by the late Mark _ Melford. 20. Noel-st., London, W.l
February 15, 1923 - The Era - London, London, England
 
CJOUTHSEA, Portsmouth. FRY, 12, King's-tcrrace. Sittingrooms, bedrooms, and combined rooms, with piano,- fivo minutes all theatres; well recommended. ■^yOLVERHAMITON meats.

CJOUTHSEA, Portsmouth. FRY, 12, King's-tcrrace. Sittingrooms, bedrooms, and combined rooms, with piano,- fivo minutes all theatres; well recommended. ■^yOLVERHAMITON meats.

MRS. F. ASTON, 9, Merridale-street. LONDON. CHISWICK, 10, Thorney Hedge-road, Gunnerebury. «... LONDON. W.—lo minutes Oxford-circus. Large, comf- bed-sitting rooms. Single 18a.. double 245.: breakfast, is- per day. Other meals as required. 55, Clarendon-road, Holland Park-avenue
February 15, 1923 - The Era - London, London, England
 
A NEW CONCERT SOCIETY.

A NEW CONCERT SOCIETY.

NEW CONCERT SOCIETY. It seems that the three Winifred Smith Quartet concerts just held at 15, Chester-terrace, Regent’s Park, were the forerunners of a new musical movement-..“The Drawing Room Concert Society,” which is now formed under the presidency of Lady Allen, with the Lady
February 15, 1923 - The Era - London, London, England
 

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THEATRICAL GOSSIP.

THEATRICAL GOSSIP.

Budget of New Plays Musical Discord Hippodrome’s Future Late Henry Bedford —Irene Vanbrugh for Africa. “Bats” ißoyal General Theatrical X*und. “Tons of Money . . . •• Rats the title selected for the A special general meeting of the of Money " registered itJ new revue to replace
February 15, 1923 - The Era - London, London, England
 
8.30 WOOLWICH HIP. 8.45

8.30 WOOLWICH HIP. 8.45

EBTA STELLA. BRUCE GREEN. ERIC RANDOLPH. THE NEW McNAUQHTONS. BOND ROWELL. RADIANA. 2 CANADIANS. ZENORA. CAMBRIDGE NEW THEATRE. LTD.-Man. Dir.. Mr. W. B. Redfern. J.P. D.L.; Resident Manager. Mr. Percy H. Adams. A theatre among the most beautiful England. Sunday Times.’* Dates s
February 15, 1923 - The Era - London, London, England
 
fEBRUABY 16, 1923.

fEBRUABY 16, 1923.

February 15, 1923 - The Era - London, London, England
 
A. Big Bush.

A. Big Bush.

Everybody is writing to Mr. Secretary Hind for propofol forms, so it looks if there is going bo a big rush for membership this coming season. Another new member has already been admitted in the person Mr. Dick Tubb.
February 15, 1923 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Pantomime Presents.

Pantomime Presents.

In addition to the floral and other gifts at the conclusion of Miss Florrie Forde’s “Cinderella” pantomime the Glasgow Coliseum, as recorded in last week’s Era.” there were several other handsome presents given hy Miss Forde. To Mr. L. Lewis, manager of the Coliseum, a gold ciga
February 15, 1923 - The Era - London, London, England